“If we have no business with the construction of the future or with organizing it for all time, there can still be no doubt about the task confronting us at present: the ruthless criticism of the existing order, ruthless in that it will shrink neither from its own discoveries, nor from conflict with the powers that be.” — Karl Marx

The Competition of the Capitalists
The capitalists are not victims but agents of competition who take up its requirements in pursuit of their interest in profit
The Competition of the Wage Laborers
All their efforts to secure their reproduction as individuals who are dependent on the sale of their labor are deflected against them by the effects of competition